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A 9-μC positive point charge is located at the origin and a 10
μC positive point charge is located at *x* = 0.00 m,
*y* = 1.0 m. Find the coordinates of the point where the net
electric field strength due to these charges is zero.

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A point charge of –3.00 μC is located at the origin; a point
charge of 4.00 μC is located on the x axis at x = 0.200 m; a third
point charge Q is located on the x axis at x = 0.320 m. The
electric force on the 4.00 μC charge is 240 N in the +x direction.
(a) Determine the charge Q. (b) With this configuration of three
charges, at what location(s) is the electric field zero? (-97.2...

Point charge A with charge qAqA = +5.00 μC is located at the
origin. Point charge B with charge qBqB = -7.00 μC is on the x axis
at x = 3.00 m. Point charge C with charge qCqC = -2.00 μC is on the
x axis at x = 6.00 m. And point charge D with charge qDqD = +6.00
μC is on the x axis at x = 8.00 m.
1) What is the net electric force on...

Two point charges -7 μC and -2 μC are located at the origin and
a point (0.18 m, 0) respectively. Find the electric field due to
these charges at a point (0.39 m, 0).
a.) E=______ V/m
b.)What is the electric potential at this point?
V=_____V
c.) Find the force acting on a point charge of 5 μC located at this
point.
F=______N

16.62.A positive point charge Q1 = 2.6×10?5 C is fixed at the
origin of coordinates, and a negative charge Q2 = ?5.7×10?6 C is
fixed to the x axis at x=+1.5m.
Part A Find the location of the place(s) along the x axis where
the electric field due to these two charges is zero.

A positive point charge Q1 = 3.0×10−5 C is fixed at the origin
of coordinates, and a negative point charge Q2 = −5.4×10−6 C is
fixed to the x axis at x=+2.0m.
Find the location of the place along the x axis where the
electric field due to these two charges is zero.
Express your answer using two significant figures

A) Two charges, -3.0 μC and -4.0 μC, are located at (-0.50 m, 0)
and (0.75 m, 0), respectively. (a) Is the location of a point on
the x-axis between the two charges where the electric field is zero
(1) nearer the -3.0 - μC charge, (2) at the origin, or (3) nearer
the -4.0 - μC charge? Why? (b) Find the location of the point where
the electric field is zero.
B)Three charges, +2.5 μC, -4.8 μC, and -6.3...

A positive point charge q1 = 3.0 μC is located at x = 0, y =
0.30 m, a negative point charge q2 = -3.0 μC is located at x = 0, y
= -0.30 m. A third point charge Q = 4.0 μC is located at x = 0.40
m, y = 0.
A)What is the magnitude of the total electric force that charges
q1 and q2 exert on charge Q? Express your answer in newtons.
B)What is the...

A point charge +6.8 μC is placed at the origin, and a second
charge –3.6 μC is placed in the x-y plane at (0.40 m , 0.50 m ).
Where should a third charge be placed in the plane so that the net
force acting on it is zero? Express your answers using two
significant figures. Enter the x and y coordinates of the charge
separated by a comma.

A charge Q1=-5.00 μC is located at x = 0 and y = 7.00 cm. A
second charge Q2 =-4.00 μC is located at x =14.0 cm and y = 0. A
third charge Q3 = 2.00 μC is located at the origin. y a) What is
the electric field at the origin due to other charges? b) What is
the force on the charge Q3 due to other charges? Q1 c) What is the
electric potential at the point...

A point charge of 5.00 μC is placed at the origin and a second
point charge of -3.00 μC is placed at x = 0.450 m. Where along the
x-axis can a third charge be placed so that the net force on it is
zero?
What if both charges are positive?
Please answer the bolded part of the question as well!

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